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"Purple Haze" A term used to refer to purple types of marijuana
Purple Haze marijuana or marihuana is actually a glorified term that was adapted from the Jimi Hendrix song, which most believe was created about the "brand" of super potent LSD created by Owsley Stanley called "Monterey Purple" named for the Monterey Pop Festival at which Hendrix consumed before going onstage.
Purple Haze strains, or "Piff," is a term used to describe vividly purple sativa marijuana with a powerful high effect.
It was however, originally used to describe a purple form of LSD.
Contrary to highly popular belief regarding exotic cannabis strains, Purple Haze marijuana is simply slang for a number of genetic crossbreeds of purple strains and Haze marijuana strains, such as Purple Star x Haze #1, Purple #1 x Haze #1, or Purple Skunk x Haze #1.
Purple strains are often misidentified as purple haze marijuanan due to the high popularity it gained due to the song by Jimi Hendrix. In fact, the term "haze" was not used to identify marijuana until the strain was bred in 1970.
Purple Haze marijuana does not necessarily mean high quality, and the term is often used by dealers to distinguish their product. In concept, there is no original Purple Haze strain. Purple haze refers to a specific LSD blotter created by Owsley Stanley.
Purple Haze is also the brand name of a marijuana-flavored lollipop available as a novelty candy at some convenience stores. The lollipop is flavored with hemp oil, which imparts the taste of marijuana without the high, but the candy has still been criticized by anti-drug advocates in the United States.
The closest type of marijuan to Purple Haze is the new Purple Power which was developed so the qualities of the yummy purple strains could be cultivated successfully in cold and wet climates. Its ancestors are a Thai/Columbian influenced haze and a very early Dutch Skunk
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